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Iginla named to all-star game

by Staff Writer / Calgary Flames

NEW YORK  - Jarome Iginla is going to the all-star game.

The Calgary Flames captain was named to the team by the National Hockey on Tuesday.

"I've been fortunate to participate in the the all-star game in previous seasons and I've always enjoyed the experience. The League does a great job with the entire weekend event. I'm honored to have been selected again this year to represent my team and Calgary," said Iginla.

The NHL today announced the additional 36 All-Stars and 12 Rookies who will join fan-voted top six Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang and Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins, as well as Chicago Blackhawks Jonathan Toews and Duncan Keith, in Raleigh for the 2011 NHL All-Star Weekend festivities.

The 42 All-Stars will play in the 2011 NHL All-Star Game presented by Discover on Sunday, Jan. 30 at the RBC Center. Each team will be comprised of 3 goalies, 6 defensemen and 12 forwards and will have one captain and two alternates to be chosen by the players and announced next week. The 12 NHL Rookies, along with the 42 All-Stars, will participate in the Honda NHL SuperSkills® on Sat., Jan. 29 at the RBC Center.

Below are the additional 36 All-Stars and 12 Rookies:

36 Additional All-Stars


Corey Perry - Anaheim Ducks

Jarome Iginla - Calgary Flames

Eric Staal - Carolina Hurricanes

Patrick Kane - Chicago Blackhawks

Patrick Sharp - Chicago Blackhawks

Jonathan Toews - Chicago Blackhawks

Matt Duchene - Colorado Avalanche

Rick Nash - Columbus Blue Jackets

Loui Eriksson - Dallas Stars

Brad Richards - Dallas Stars

Ales Hemsky - Edmonton Oilers

Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles Kings

Patrik Elias - New Jersey Devils

Claude Giroux - Philadelphia Flyers

Sidney Crosby - Pittsburgh Penguins

Evgeni Malkin - Pittsburgh Penguins

David Backes - St. Louis Blues

Steven Stamkos - Tampa Bay Lightning

Martin St. Louis - Tampa Bay Lightning

Phil Kessel - Toronto Maple Leafs

Ryan Kesler - Vancouver Canucks

Henrik Sedin - Vancouver Canucks

Daniel Sedin - Vancouver Canucks

Alex Ovechkin - Washington Capitals


Dustin Byfuglien - Atlanta Thrashers

Tobias Enstrom - Atlanta Thrashers

Zdeno Chara - Boston Bruins

Duncan Keith - Chicago Blackhawks

Nicklas Lidstrom - Detroit Red Wings

Brent Burns - Minnesota Wild

Shea Weber - Nashville Predators

Marc Staal - New York Rangers

Erik Karlsson - Ottawa Senators

Kris Letang - Pittsburgh Penguins

Dan Boyle - San Jose Sharks

Mike Green - Washington Capitals


Jonas Hiller - Anaheim Ducks

Tim Thomas - Boston Bruins

Cam Ward - Carolina Hurricanes

Carey Price - Montreal Canadiens

Henrik Lundqvist - New York Rangers

Marc-Andre Fleury - Pittsburgh Penguins

12 Rookies


Cam Fowler - Anaheim Ducks

Tyler Seguin - Boston Bruins

Tyler Ennis - Buffalo Sabres

Jeff Skinner - Carolina Hurricanes

Kevin Shattenkirk - Colorado Avalanche

Jordan Eberle - Edmonton Oilers

Taylor Hall - Edmonton Oilers

Evgeny Dadonov - Florida Panthers

Michael Grabner - New York Islanders

Derek Stepan - New York Rangers

Oliver Ekman-Larsson - Phoenix Coyotes

Logan Couture - San Jose Sharks

As previously announced, the NHL, working in conjunction with the National Hockey League Players' Association, replaced the traditional conference vs. conference format for the All-Star teams with a player draft that will determine the team rosters for the 2011 NHL All-Star Game presented by Discover as well as the Honda NHL SuperSkills®. The Jan. 28 NHL All-Star Player Fantasy Draft powered by Cisco will be televised live nationwide on TSN and RDS in Canada and VERSUS in the U.S. at 8 p.m. ET from NHL Fan Fair™ at the Raleigh Convention Center.

A coin toss will decide first pick with the team captains, joined by their two alternate captains, alternately drafting the 36 remaining All-Stars through 18 rounds. Each team will consist of three goalies, six defensemen and 12 forwards total. For sake of fairness in the draft, the captain and alternate captains for each team will consist of two forwards and one defenseman. Also, to ensure that the final draft picks are true selections and not simply predetermined due to position requirements, each team's three goalies must be picked by the end of Round 10 and each team's six defensemen must be picked by the conclusion of Round 15.

The 12 Rookies participating in the Honda NHL SuperSkills® will be divided by the NHL into two groups of six. At the completion of the 15th round of the NHL All-Star Player Fantasy Draft powered by Cisco, one NHL Rookie will be selected to choose which All-Star team his group will join for the skills competition. Details on fan access to the NHL All-Star Player Fantasy Draft powered by Cisco will be announced in the coming weeks.

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